Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- What A Party!

By Keith Schultz

Good Morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! The Chicago Blackhawks had a great celebration yesterday to commemorate 9 months of a journey that was sometimes bumpy but in the end was fantastic.

There were times when many fans were questioning if the Chicago Blackhawks could even get out of the first round of the playoffs especially when they were a wild card team for a day or two.  It was great seeing that the Chicago Blackhawks became a tough out and in the end no one could knock them out and yesterday was a huge celebration of not just this season, but it was a celebration of 6 years of dominance.

The Chicago Blackhawks parade and rally wasn’t like the one in 2013 at Grant Park, but it was far more emotional and just as memorable and hopefully as Rocky Wirtz said let’s go for Four! Now it’s up to Stan Bowman to work his magic!

Here are some morning links to kick off your Friday Morning!

The parade and rally were great, and the Chicago Blackhawks website provided this scenic route video from Thursday (Blackhawks)

Chicago Blackhawks were terrible a decade ago, but this is how they came back and revitalized an entire city (Bleacher Report)

This years Stanley Cup victory might have been the most important of the three for this unit (Second City)

The Chicago Blackhawks might not be a dynasty or any other made up word, but this has been a gas, gas, gas, (The Committed Indian)

Looking back while moving forward can be a bad thing, but this time it’s a very good thing (Midway Madness)

The wildest moments and best moments from the Chicago Blackhawks parade and rally on Thursday (CSN)

The time lapse from the Chicago Blackhawks rally at Chicago’s Soldier Field (Madhouse Enforcer)

The Chicago Blackhawks parade and rally’s crowd was estimated at 2 million people (Sun-Times)

More from Blackhawks News

The Nashville Predators success rate at the NHL Draft, they have had winners and losers (On The Forecheck)

What is the trade value of Mikko Koivu for the Minnesota Wild this offseason (Gone Puck Wild)

Are the St. Louis Blues open to trading David Backes, T.J. Oshie or Patrik Berglund this offseason to rebuild and reload (St Louis Gametime)

GM Jim Rutherford says that the Penguins need better role players to help the core win the Cup again (Pro Hockey Talk)

The last version of the very funny and sad jersey fouls (Puck Daddy)

Next: Joy Of 6

More from Blackhawk Up